What is the Meaning of the Heart Line that bends upwards and downwards?

The lines that go forwards in different directions have different meanings.

While some heart lines will bend upwards, some heart lines will bend downwards. Why do these heart lines bend upwards and downwards? What kind of meaning do they represent?

1. Heart line that bends upwards

The lines that go forwards in different directions have different meanings. However, for the standard size (the location between the index finger and the middle finger), it represents “dedicated love”. The love affair itself is dedicated and free of charge. Therefore, it should be considered to be the “sound love”. The emotion of this kind of person is very balanced. They are mild and sincere towards others and themselves.

2. Heartline that bends downwards

It is the same as the statements in the front. The lines will change their meanings according to the different directions it goes forwards. However, with the example that curves towards the Venus mount, the Venus mount itself represents love affairs and elegance. At the same time, it is comprised of the meaning of flesh. So to speak, the heart line that extends to Venus mount represents the love affairs that are full of human touch. The emotional realm of this kind of people does not care about the external form. What they care about is their internal feeling.

The emotion of those having the heartline that bends upwards is more dashing and succinct. And the emotion of those having the heartline that bends downwards radiates the essentials of love that is related to human nature.

We cannot distinguish which one of these kinds of heart lines is better. It is more related to individual fondness. All in all, the tendency of love affairs that the owner owns will affect the amplitudes of the heart line.

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